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Hi I'm Kimball

I've grown up in Utah my whole life. I'm an Eagle scout, but more importantly I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Kimball. I love hunting, fishing, camping and basically almost everything outdoors but those are just hobbies. I'll be serving an LDS mission. I also plan on attending LDS business college. And go into entrepreneurship. I enjoy being with family and friends. One of my great accomplishments is my Eagle scout.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I grew up in the faith. Though growing up in an LDS home is a blessing for me, but at the same time it is extremely hard because the true conversation process is a little bit different from that of Converts, And some what difficult. For a long time I wasn't sure on what I was doing or believed in was true. I questioned a lot of things and aspects but over time, after time studying it out in my mind and reading the scriptures accompanied by prayer I came to know for myself that the things I have been taught were true through impressions of the Spirit upon my mind and heart. I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, is Christ's restored Church on this earth today and that Joseph Smith was a Prophet that was inspired by the spirit of revalation to translate the Book of Mormon and that he did indeed see God the Father and his son Jesus Christ and that what he said happened happened. I know that Thomas S. Monson is also a prophet of God and the Twelve Apostles are also here to fulfill the purposes of God. And I know that anyone Seeking the full truth can find it here. and I say this in His holy name Jesus Christ Amen.

How I live my faith

I live my faith and do so by going to church each sunday and fulfilling my duties within the church with assignments and home teaching. Also I volenteer to do service throughout my community and do so graciously. The most valuable thing a person can give is their time. The feeling that comes with service has made living my faith easier because I know I'm consistently doing as Christ would have done.